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Greetings Skyrockers Members and Fans,
Hard to believe how fast we made it here, so we wanted to give you a quick update on what we have going on leading up to 2015!
First off, registration is open for the nightly shots during the month of December to count down to the New Year. Take a look at our calendar to check for open dates – we typically can have multiple groups a night, and we do multiple shots per group! If interested, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can get you on the calendar. Suggested donation is $25 per shot, with the proceeds going towards putting on the New Year’s show. Don’t worry, if you do not see your appointment on the calendar yet, we just may have been too busy stuffing mortars to add it right away! (wink, wink.)
Next, we would also like to mention our Open House! The fourth annual “Stuff the Mortars!” family open house and fundraiser will be held on Saturday, December 6th from 1pm to 4pm at Myrick Park in La Crosse. We will have displays available to educate anyone interested on how fireworks “work,” refreshments, and even some demonstrations allowing people to have a chance to push the plunger and set off some pyrotechnics. If that is not enough to light your fuse, we will also have a chance for anyone who attends to sign up to win a nightly shot up on the bluff! For more information, feel free to contact us either in the comments on this post (below), or drop us an e-mail at email@example.com
Looking to get your fireworks fix a little sooner? We will also be making appearances at the Rotary Lights opening the day after Thanksgiving for their 20th anniversary!
Thanks for reading, and we hope to see you soon!
Greetings Skyrockers Fans!
I just wanted to quick post and apologize to the people that sent me in an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, as I had not checked the account for a couple of weeks. There certainly was a 6pm show; I didn’t realize it was so popular! In the future I am going to be sure to post it as a separate event on the calendar, and check my e-mails at least once a week (especially leading up to the big shows!!!)
That being said, I just want to extend a warm “Happy New Year!” to everyone from all the volunteers that busted (and tried not to freeze!) tail to make the shows happen. We do it all for your enjoyment!
Skyrockers Public Relations